The implementation of the computerized road safety management system will not reduce the number of inspectors on the roads, the deputy of Road Safety of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Alisher Sattorov told Uzbekistan Today.
There were amendments to the structure of the traffic police in Tashkent, which provides for a certain number of employees serving in the streets of the city of Tashkent, only a slight reduction in the amount of patrols on the roads is expected.
Today, the system is in operation at more than 100 major intersections of the capital. It is being implemented in order to establish and prevent traffic offenses.
"We are creating a modern intellectual system, and we need highly qualified specialists to operate it. Therefore, while reducing a certain number of personnel, we are recruiting young employees who will manage the system. In general, redundancy is not expected, " said Sattorov.
According to him, there will be more than 400 controlled intersections just in the capital and over 7000 in total across the country.
"We have enough work for our employees, to ensure the safety of road users in other locations. The number of inspectors will remain the same and the amount of work will increase several times, " says Satarov.